15+ Stylish Tennis Skirts & Skorts for Women
In-depth Shopping Guide
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The tennis skirt trend is going strong on and off the court, and hard to miss scrolling through Instagram, Pinterest, or TikTok.
They’re cute and practical, offering a fun way to dress up your outfit without sacrificing range of motion and comfort. In many cases, black and white tennis skirts reign supreme as some of the most popular, but many brands offer bolder colors and patterns worth checking out.
Whether you’re shopping for your first tennis skirt, looking to add to your collection, or buying a gift, our guide covers everything you need to know before you swipe your credit card, from styling to a few of our favorite picks.
|Nike Women’s Court Dry Skirt||A-line|
|Penn Women’s Spike Athletic Skirt||A-line|
|adidas Women’s Club Skirt||A-line|
|Fila Women’s Core Flare Skirt||A-line|
|Asics Women’s Love Skort||Straight, Side Pleats|
|Head Women’s Athletic Tennis Skirt||A-line|
|EleVen by Venus Core Flutter Skirt||A-line, Front Pleats, Flat Back|
|Bollé Women’s Drop Waist Flare Skirt||A-line|
|Babolat Women’s Play Tennis Skirt||A-line|
|BALEAF Women’s Athletic Skirt||A-line|
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Types of Tennis Bottoms for Women
Skirts are one of the most popular selections for dressing up on the court, but they’re far from the only option when choosing your next outfit.
For most, the decision between one type of bottom over another is style and comfort, both of which are worthy considerations.
We love skirts. They’re easily mixed and matched with different tops for added variety and unique outfits that we can change up on the fly, making them a versatile addition to any wardrobe.
Beyond versatility, there are a wide variety of styles to suit an ever-growing range of styles and preferences. Although it’s more common to find them these days with compression shorts built-in, some companies make them without if that’s what you prefer.
If you’re buying your first tennis skirt, we recommend starting with one that’s black or white to give yourself plenty of styling options, which will never feel repetitive without having to spend too much.
For years, tennis shorts had a bad wrap, but they’re making a comeback, and they’re as comfortable and stylish as ever.
If you don’t feel comfortable wearing skirts, then shorts are an excellent, more conservative option. You won’t find quite as much variety in this category, but there are plenty of practical choices to consider.
Keep in mind that some shorts offer built-in compression shorts, while others don’t, depending on your preference.
Neither skirt nor short, but a blend between the two, skorts have a unique history with tennis that dates back to the 1930s when Lili Alvarez first wore them, dubbed “robe-pants,” at the French Championships (now the French Open) and Wimbledon, which led to a bit of controversy.
A skort is a pair of shorts with a piece of fabric in the front and sometimes the back, giving them a skirt’s appearance. Although they’ve evolved significantly since their inception, they remain popular, offering the comfort and coverage of shorts with a bit of flair.
These days, the lines between tennis skirts and skorts have blurred somewhat because the vast majority of skirts have built-in compression shorts underneath. With this in mind, you’ll often see the naming of each comingled, so it’s worth searching for both for the largest selection.
From yoga to running, tennis, and virtually every sport in-between, leggings have become an essential part of every woman’s wardrobe.
Leggings are tight-fitting yet comfortable, offering breathable warmth and with a surprising amount of flex. These days they’re also lighter and moisture-wicking to help keep players dry.
If you’re playing in cooler climates or merely looking for all-over coverage of your legs, then leggings, which are also available as capris, are an excellent option, which you can even wear under a skirt.
Pants & Joggers
If tight-fitting leggings aren’t your cup of tea, then a classic pair of athletic pants or joggers might be your best bet for cold weather.
Of course, they work just as well for lounging or wearing over your shorts or skirt to stay warm before a match.
We’d be remiss in covering all types of bottoms for women’s tennis without touching on dresses. Although they seem to have fallen somewhat out of style for tennis players, you’ll still find them from the pro tour to your local public courts.
For a bit of extra style without giving up comfort, keep dresses in mind when searching for your next tennis outfit.
Tennis vs. Golf Skirts
One of the more common questions we get about tennis skirts is how they differ from golf skirts and if you can wear them golfing. The truth is, they’re not all that different functionally. However, they don’t always cross-over, so let’s dive a bit deeper to clear the air.
Regardless of where you look, the main point of contention when wearing a skirt for golf is the length. Most golf courses have relatively strict dress codes, some more conservative than others.
Although public courses tend to be the most lenient, they usually have a dress code, even if they don’t enforce it rigorously.
At a minimum, you’ll find many golf courses require a skirt to pass the length of your fingertips when standing straight, but many prestigious or exclusive clubs will expect the hem to fall below the knees.
With that in mind, some longer tennis skirts will work, but most are shorter for maximum comfort and range of motion, so it’s very likely the one you own isn’t sufficient.
However, there is a workaround that’s sufficient for many golf courses. If you want to wear your shorter tennis skirt, you can usually get away with it if you wear athletic tights or leggings underneath.
Regardless, it’s best to check a course’s policies beforehand on the required length and, when in doubt, be conservative and go longer.
Tennis Skirt Buying Considerations
Shopping for a tennis skirt isn’t rocket science, but there are a handful of useful considerations to keep in mind to help you find one you’ll love.
Shorts vs. No Shorts
Most tennis skirts these days will come with built-in shorts underneath for comfort and freedom of movement. However, there still are more than a handful of brands that intentionally don’t include them.
Overall, it’s a personal preference. If you have a preferred type of compression shorts, or you’d like more flexibility in the length of the shorts, then you might prefer them without built-in shorts.
If you don’t opt for a skirt with built-in shorts, then keep in mind that you may need to contend with it riding up as you play.
Most tennis skirts are plenty comfortable, and you won’t necessarily know what you like until you try a few on, but here are some of the materials that you’re likely to stumble upon:
By far, polyester and spandex are the most common materials. However, keep in mind that different parts of the skirt will often feature varying materials or percentages of materials for the ideal fit and comfort.
You might consider checking the materials for some of your favorite athletic attire as a point of reference before buying a skirt.
Most tennis skirts will fall somewhere between 11 and 17 inches, with the vast majority somewhere between 12 and 14 inches.
However, keep in mind that the size of a skirt often dictates the length to a degree, i.e., the larger the size, the longer the skirt.
The amount the length increases between sizes differs from one skirt to another. However, it’s usually a consistent increase in length as you move from one size to the next, typically ranging from .25 – 1 inch.
To the surprise of some, many skirts will list an inseam length. When displayed, the inseam length refers to the built-in shorts.
The inseam length refers to the distance between the seam at the crotch down to the bottom-most portion of the shorts, which can help you understand how far down your leg they will fall.
A tennis skirt’s rise describes where you should wear the skirt relative to your true waistline. When brands design skirts, the rise is part of the design consideration, which influences the skirt’s style.
However, in addition to style, a skirt’s rise will also influence how comfortable you feel wearing a particular design. Most women gravitate to specific styles that they feel at their best when wearing.
Here is how you will most commonly see rises communicated:
- High: skirt sits at or above the navel
- Mid: skirt sits just below the navel
- Low: skirt sits roughly at the hip bones
There are, of course, variations on these rises that you might find, i.e., ultra or super low rise, which are relative to the above descriptions.
Depending on your preference, you may choose to approach the service line for a point with two balls or one.
Serena Williams is an excellent example of a player who prefers to go to the line with a single ball and then turns to the ball person for a second ball if she needs it, which is a personal preference. In her case, a ball pocket is unnecessary as she’s not using it.
However, most of us aren’t lucky enough to play with a ball person, so it’s useful to keep a second ball in your pocket when serving to avoid breaking your rhythm between serves and helping keep play moving.
If you’d like your skirt to have a ball pocket, you have two choices. You can buy a skirt with the pocket on the outside, or you can opt for one that has the pocket sewn into the built-in compression shorts.
Most tennis skirts will opt for the latter design, which keeps the outward appearance of the skirt clean and simple, but both are available.
However, it’s also worth noting that some players will stash a ball right above the hem on the built-in shorts if there isn’t a ball pocket. The only drawback is that the material will tend to stretch out over time.
Some skirts now come with pockets large enough to stash your cell phone for listening to music while running or when you’re out and about.
A tennis skirt’s built-in compression shorts may ride up while playing, which can be distracting and somewhat frustrating for players.
If that’s a problem for you, consider looking for a tennis skirt that includes a rubber grip at the hem of the shorts to prevent them from riding up.
Lululemon is one company that offers this feature for some of their skirts.
Another somewhat common feature that you’ll find available on tennis skirts is a zipper pocket, usually at the back near the waistline.
These are usually smaller pockets that can fit your keys, some cash, a credit card, ID, and in some cases, your phone if you’re going to be out and about before or after playing tennis.
Finally, if you frequently play tennis outside and protecting yourself from the sun’s UV rays is important, then you might consider a skirt that offers UV protection built into the fabric.
Not surprisingly, quite a few brands offer UV protective materials – here are a few of our favorites:
- Cross Court
The amount of UV protection depends on the brand and specific skirt, but generally, most will offer UV protection in the 40-50 range.
Styles of Tennis Skirts
A skirt’s style is often a top consideration when shopping, so it’s useful to know what’s available and what to expect from each.
As it sounds, a straight skirt offers a relatively fitted or snug form-fitting design that doesn’t flare out much, if at all.
For added freedom during movement, many feature a slit. The adidas Core Club Skirt is an excellent example.
An A-line skirt offers players a snug fit at the waist, which increases in width down to the hem. The resulting shape resembles the capital letter A, which is where it gets its name.
A-line tennis skirts are some of the most common and come in various lengths and styles, which is one reason for their popularity. You’ll find A-line skirts available by virtually every brand that makes tennis skirts.
Pleated tennis skirts are popular on and off the court. This kind of skirt has folds or pleats stitched at the waist to reduce the fullness of a wider piece of fabric for a unique and distinct style that has more volume.
Some skirts will feature pleats all the way around the skirt, while others will showcase them only toward the back or the sides.
Another fun style is the flutter skirt, which fits snugly from the waist through the mid-thigh, but flares or flutters toward the bottom.
Venus Williams’ brand EleVen has some super cute flutter skirts.
Flouncy skirts offer a bit of extra flow in the material by taking a wider piece of fabric and incorporating a handful of pleats that pull the material together at the waistline without any structure through to the hem. The result is a subtle wavy effect in the fabric for a simple yet classic style.
One of our favorites is the Nike Women’s Court Victory Flouncy Skirt.
Although a bit less common, asymmetrical tennis skirts intentionally lack symmetry in shape or visual appeal for a unique, engaging, and in some cases, unusual style that’s likely to make a statement on the court.
One example is the Lacoste asymmetrical pleated tennis skirt.
How to Style the Perfect Tennis Skirt Outfit
After you track down your favorite tennis skirt, you might be stuck on the perfect outfit to complete the style. Here are a few of our favorite looks for inspiration when hitting the court.
Skirt with Tank
Nine out of ten women on the WTA complete their tennis skirt look with a tank. They’re sporty and practical because they’ll help keep you cool and are available in a wide range of styles.
Skirt with Short Sleeve
If you’re not comfortable wearing a tank or you’re just looking to keep it simple, then pairing your skirt with a short sleeve is a great way to style your outfit for an understated look.
Skirt with Oversized Polo or T-Shirt
For a more casual look, you might try pairing your tennis skirt with an oversized t-shirt. It’s not the best option for match play when you’re looking for extra freedom of movement, but stylish nonetheless.
Skirt with Long Sleeve
Long sleeves shirts look great with skirts tucked in and are perfect when it’s a bit cooler or you’re looking for a bit of extra protection from the sun.
Skirt with Crop Top
For a youthful look that will also help keep you cool, you might consider styling your skirt with a crop top.
Skirt with Vintage Sweatshirt
For a comfortable and casual look that works well on and off the court, pair your tennis skirt with a vintage sweatshirt. This style is one of our favorites, and many brands like Fila offer retro-style sweatshirts that are perfect for the outfit.
Skirt with Leggings
If it’s chilly out, but you don’t want to give up your skirt, then pairing it with leggings is a stylish outfit to stay warm without giving up a fun vibe.
Popular Tennis Skirt Brands
Although top brands like Nike, adidas, Fila, and New Balance are popular choices among women for tennis apparel, there are considerably more options worth checking out when shopping for a tennis skirt.
Due to their popularity, these top brands are also some of the most expensive and the first to sell out when new styles hit the shelves, which can make tracking down a skirt frustrating.
To help expand your options, you’ll find an extensive list of some of our favorite brands selling tennis skirts below.
Popular Athletic Brands
The following are some of the biggest and most well-known brands in the tennis market that sell skirts. Recognizing this, you’re most likely to find professional tennis players endorsing their products.
- New Balance
- Under Armour
Some of our favorite tennis skirts are from brands that aren’t necessarily household names but make exceptional products.
- BlueFish Sport
- Cross Court
- Denise Cronwall
- Grand Slam
- Lilly Pulitzer
- Lucky in Love
Fashion Forward Brands
The following brands sell tennis skirts, but keep in mind that they’re more focused on stylish skirts for fashionable everyday wear. With that in mind, some of them use materials that aren’t necessarily ideal for the court.
- American Apparel
- Brandy Melville
- Forever 21
- Los Angeles Apparel
- Old Navy
- Polo Ralph Lauren
- Princess Polly
- Ralph Lauren
- Sergio Tacchini
- Tory Burch
- Urban Outfitters
Top Players & Brands
If you’re curious what some of the top players on the WTA tour are wearing, then check out our list of the top 25 ranked tennis players.
We find some of their social media accounts are perfect for inspiration when shopping for a shirt and styling outfits.
Rankings and sponsors are always changing, so we’ll do our best to keep this list up-to-date, but hopefully, it gives you a sense of how some of the top brands influence what’s popular through endorsements.
Where to Buy Tennis Skirts
To help make tracking down your next tennis skirt easier, we’ve pulled together some of our favorite places to shop.
These retailers sell a wide range of tennis skirts from various brands, but we’d also encourage you to check out the websites for the brands themselves as most sell directly to the consumer.
Here are a handful of our favorite tennis retailers with a strong online presence and an excellent selection of skirts.
- Do It Tennis
- Holabird Sports
- Midwest Sports
- Tennis Express
- Tennis Plaza
- Tennis Warehouse
Large Retail Websites
Although none of the following websites specialize in tennis, there are a surprising number of options they offer for tennis skirts.
- Academy Sports
- Dicks Sporting Goods
Again, if you’re not finding what you’re looking for on any of these websites, be sure to check out the websites for the list of brands that we covered earlier in this shopping guide.
Tennis Skirt Ideas & Inspiration
We’re always on the hunt for new skirt styles, patterns, and outfit ideas, so we’ve created a Pinterest board to track some of our favorites.
Follow along and browse some of our pins for ideas and inspiration on how to wear your tennis skirt.
15 Stylish Tennis Skirts
We did some digging and handpicked a selection of some of the best tennis skirts from reputable brands we know you’ll love.
Browse our favorites and some of our notes about each skirt below.
Nike Women’s Court Dry Skirt
Nike is one of the most dominant fashion brands in tennis, but it’s not by mistake. They aggressively sponsor some of the world’s best female tennis players, making them a highly sought-after clothing line.
Whether you’re watching the latest tournament or scrolling social media, you’re guaranteed to stumble across a few Nike skirts, which offer exceptional performance and look great on the court.
Clean and stylish, this skirt from Nike is perfect for competitive match play, recreational tennis, or even working out. It comes in several colors, has built-in shorties with a ball pocket for comfort, and uses a breathable athletic material for freedom of movement.
Pair it with a tank, short sleeve, three-quarter sleeve, or long sleeve for an effortless style that will have you ready to take the court.
|Colors||Black, White, Orange, Blue, Topaz, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Burgundy Ash, Light Carbon|
Penn Women’s Spike Athletic Skirt
If the name Penn rings a bell, that’s because they’re one of the top-selling tennis ball manufacturers, which started way back in 1910.
Although their primary focus is tennis balls, they do offer a limited selection of clothing that you’ll stumble across every once in a while.
One example is the Penn Spike Athletic skirt, which we love not only because it’s unique and not something you’ll see on the court every day, but it looks great too.
On both sides, there’s a slit with a bit of breathable mesh, and as you’d expect from an athletic skirt, it offers tried and true polyester and spandex material for comfort and easy movement.
|Colors||Black, White, Grey, Plum, Moonlit Ocean|
adidas Women’s Club Skirt
One of the world’s top sporting goods brands, adidas makes some of the best women’s athletic gear, including skirts.
Garbiñe Muguruza, a previous world #1 and two-time Grand Slam champion at Wimbledon and the Frech Open, is one of the brand’s top athletes on the WTA tour and a phenomenal athlete. If you’re a fan of adidas, she’s a fun athlete to follow for inspiration.
Although it might not have you playing like Garbiñe, the adidas Club skirt will have you looking your best on the court. It comes with ball pockets sewn into the outside of the skirt, has built-in shorts for comfort, and comes in a few different colors for extra variety.
|Colors||Black, White, Amber, Fresh Splash, Indigo, Purple, Royal Blue|
Fila Women’s Core Flare Skirt
Fila has a vintage vibe with its roots dating back to 1911 when two brothers first launched the brand in Biella, Italy.
These days Fila offers an exceptional line of women’s clothing worn by some of the game’s elite athletes, including Ashleigh Barty, Sofia Kenin, and Karolína Plíšková.
We love Fila for their classic style, and their Core Flare skirt doesn’t disappoint as a comfortable and versatile option that’s the perfect addition to any tennis player’s wardrobe.
The skirt’s material is polyester and spandex, it has built-in shorts, and it comes in a variety of colors, which includes navy.
|Colors||Black, White, Crimson, Navy, Peacoat|
Asics Women’s Love Skort
Although Asics might be best-known for their tennis shoes, they have an ever-growing presence in the apparel market, which has been a core part of their business for years.
The Asics Love skirt offers a straight design at the hips with a bit of flare and ruffles on both sides for a cute accent that’s also functional as it improves comfort and range of motion.
On the outside of the skirt, you’ll find ball pockets on either side. Plus, it offers excellent performance with polyester and spandex materials and comes in a handful of versatile colors for mixing and matching tops.
|Colors||Black, Navy, Red, Royal, White|
Head Women’s Athletic Tennis Skirt
One of the reasons we’re a fan of this particular skirt is the variety of designs they offer, which is perfect for anyone who appreciates this skirt’s comfort but wants to buy a few to have options.
The Head Athletic tennis skirt combines polyester and spandex for comfort and performance, includes built-in shorts, and will work as well for an afternoon run as they will a morning at the court.
|Colors||White, Grey, Blue, and Many More|
EleVen by Venus Core Flutter Skirt
Former world #1 and seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams always had a passion for fashion. However, in 2007 she channeled that love into her company, Eleven, which equips women with fashion-forward activewear to perform and feel their best.
EleVen produces a range of apparel, but one of their staples is the Core Flutter skirt. It’s a stylish skirt with pleats on the front and then a flat panel on the back, which looks great on and off the court.
However, beyond style, the skirt offers a range of performance features, including Diamond Fuze, Four-Way Stretch, Pro-Dri, and Ozone, which help it check all the boxes for one of the best skirts on the market.
As you’d expect, the Core Flutter skirt has built-in shorts with a pocket for a tennis ball and essentials, and as one of their core or essential products, you can find it in a wide variety of colors and patterns.
Bollé Women’s Drop Waist Flare Skirt
Although they might not be the first company that comes to mind for tennis skirts, Bollé, famous for eyewear, including high-end sunglasses for tennis, also dabbles in apparel, and we’re glad they do.
Whether you’re buying your first skirt or filling out your wardrobe, Bollé’s drop waist flare skirt is a fantastic option to consider.
It offers performance quick-drying fabric through its use of polyester and spandex, has built-in shorts for comfort, 4-way stretch for movement around the court, and even UV protection of 35.
As for style, it’s an A-line skirt with a subtle flare at the bottom, which includes four pleats, two at the front and two at the back.
|Colors||Black, White, Graphite|
Babolat Women’s Play Tennis Skirt
Before they launched their apparel business, Babolat was the creator of the first natural gut tennis strings in 1875, and today they’re one of the top racquet sponsors for players on the women’s pro tour.
If you’re looking for a clean and simple no-frills tennis skirt, then the Babolat Play skirt might be the perfect option.
It comes in three different essential colors that are perfect for styling and matching a variety of outfits, has a small Babolat logo at the bottom right of the skirt, and is an excellent addition to any player’s wardrobe.
|Colors||Black, White, Blue|
BALEAF Women’s Athletic Skirt
The BALEAF athletic skirt for women is a popular multi-purpose skirt with thoughtful design and a few extra features ideal for tennis and a wide range of other sports, including golf, running, and the gym.
For starters, this skirt offers quality polyester and spandex materials for performance-oriented comfort that’s lightweight and controls moisture.
Furthermore, the skirt uses a drawstring to help players achieve the perfect fit, and within the waistband, there’s also a small hidden pocket for cash, a credit card, or an ID.
For added comfort, the built-in shorts are breathable mesh. They also include a tennis ball pocket on both sides, which is intentionally large enough to fit many cell phones, plus a headphone cable hole if you’re using the skirt running and want to bring your music along.
|Colors||Black, Deep Pink, Gray, Light Pink, Navy, Red, White, Royal Blue, Mint Green, Orange|
HDLUSIA Women’s Active Skirt
For a slightly more elegant-looking athletic skirt that’s perfectly well-suited for tennis, the HDLUSIA active skirt is another stylish option.
The skirt’s rise is high with a thicker waistband, which then drapes with a handful of pleats that give it a playful yet classic feel.
As you’d expect from most skirts, HDLUSIA offers built-in shorts, but the comfortable material is what really makes them stand out. Whether you’re hitting the court, heading out for a run, or playing a round of golf, this skirt is the perfect option for active women.
|Colors||Black, Gray, White, Red|
Sobrisah Women’s Active Athletic Skirt
Another one of our favorites, the Sobrisah athletic skirt for women, is a fun pleated skirt that’s just as cute off the court as it is on.
For comfort and a secure fit, this skirt offers built-in shorts and an internal drawstring. Plus, it provides a built-in pocket, perfect for carrying a tennis ball, your keys, credit card, and ID, and even a cell phone.
Polyester and spandex material ensures reliable performance for an active lifestyle and a range of sports from tennis to golf.
|Colors||White, Black, Sky Blue, Light Pink, Dark Blue|
Ekouaer Women’s Athletic Skirt
The only asymmetrical skirt on our list is a flattering option from Ekouaer, which offers comfort, style, and practical design features.
We love this skirt because of its unique high-waisted design that stands out while delivering exceptional comfort and performance. Its materials are polyester and spandex like most other skirts, and it features built-in shorts for comfort that’s ideal for tennis, golf, running, and more.
Extra features include a hidden pocket that’s large enough for a cell phone on the outside of the built-in shorts and a headphone cable hole at the back when you want to listen to music without fussing with the cable.
|Colors||Black, Navy Blue, White, Army Green, Dark Gray, Green, Light Green, Orange, Pink, Red, Rose Red, Wine Red|
CRZ YOGA Women’s Quick-Dry Athletic Skirt
Another thoughtful tennis skirt design comes from CRZ YOGA, which has a clean and simple flat panel in front and cute pleats at the back for a bit of flair and style that’s perfect for the tennis court.
The fabric is lightweight polyester and spandex for comfort while helping keep you dry during a long day playing tennis. Also, to help you find the perfect fit, there’s an interior drawstring hidden within the waistband.
The skirt features built-in shorts with a pocket for a tennis ball, an extra hidden pocket in the waistband, and even a zip pocket at the back. One of our favorite features is the anti-slip hems for the shorts, which help prevent them from riding up – we wish all skirts had these.
|Materials||Polyester, Spandex, Polyamide|
|Colors||Black, Mineral Brown, Savannah, Gray Sage, Hydra Blue, White, Arctic Plum, Dark Chrome, True Navy|
Werena Women’s Pleated Skirt
If you can’t decide between a simple flat skirt design or pleated, then you might consider trying one like this one from Werena. At the front, it’s flat, but it also has pleats at the back for a stylish and flirty design.
However, Werena also packed in plenty of practical features. From built-in shorts to ultra-comfortable polyester and spandex material, this skirt delivers beyond style with excellent performance.
We also love that it includes two pockets, one on each leg of the built-in shorts and another small zipper pocket at the back.
|Colors||Black, White, Gray, Light Pink, Misty Red, Purple, Red, Navy, Rose Pink|
Toumett Women’s Lightweight Skirt
For our final tennis skirt, you have a lightweight option from Toumett, which has all the features you’d expect from a quality brand.
Its materials are comfortable polyester and spandex, which are the go-to for most athletic skirts. Toumett has included built-in shorts with pockets on either side that are perfect for stashing tennis balls.
Although they offer various sizes for this skirt, they also have a hidden drawstring in the waistband that you can loosen or tighten for the perfect fit. Finally, there’s a small back pocket that’s large enough to fit a phone.
|Colors||Gray, Light Pink, White, Black, Pink|
Buying a tennis skirt can be time-consuming and frustrating, especially if you find one you love but it’s out of stock or not available in your size.
Luckily, you can browse a wide range of brands, retailers, and websites when shopping for your next skirt, and we hope that you may have discovered a few that you weren’t familiar with before.
Do you have a favorite brand or skirt? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below.
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